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15  <h1>Fortran XML Tools</h1>
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17  <h2>SAX</h2>
18  <p>Flib SAX is a SAX level 1.0 implementation in Fortran 90.</p>
19  <p>A PDF Tutorial and UserGuide is available <a
20  href="UserGuide.pdf">here</a>
21  </p>
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23  <h2>Stream Xpath</h2>
24  <p>Stream Xpath is a library that emulates some of the features of
25     the Xpath standard, but working within the stream model of
26     SAX.</p>
27  <p>Its small memory footprint makes it quite useful to process large
28     datafiles, for which the standard Xpath (built on top of the
29     memory-intensive DOM) would not be appropriate. However, the
30     stream paradigm forces the user to be careful about controlling
31     the state of the parser.</p>
32  <p>A PDF Tutorial and UserGuide is available <a
33  href="UserGuide.pdf">here</a>
34  </p>
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36  <h2>WXML</h2>
37  <p>WXML is a library that facilitates the writing of well-formed
38  XML, including such features as automatic start-tag completion,
39  attribute pretty-printing, and element indentation. There are also
40  helper routines to handle the output of numerical arrays.</p>
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42  <p><a href="WXML.html">Desription of the routines</a></p>
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44  <p>See also the examples in the <tt>Examples/wxml</tt>
45  subdirectory of the main distribution.</p>
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47  <p>Jon Wakelin has written a CML-formatting library on top of
48  a slightly modified WXML.
49  Documentation is available <a href="jumbo.html">here</a>.
50  For examples of CML-formatting in strict WXML, see the <tt>Examples/cml</tt>
51  subdirectory of the main xmlf90 distribution. The two strands of
52  WXML will be merged very soon.</p>
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54  <h2>FDOM</h2>
55  <p>FDOM is a a DOM level 1.0 implementation in Fortran 95. 
56  We have implemented almost all the instance methods,
57  although it is unlikely that any of the class methods
58  will ever be implemented. 
59  The FDOM is still evolving but is already in a usable state.
60  More importantly, as all of the interfaces are standard,
61 changes to the code will only take place behind the scenes.</p>
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63  <p>A page containing a breakdown of the
64   FDOM methods is available <a href="DOM.html">here</a></p>
65  See also the examples in the <tt>Examples/dom</tt>
66  subdirectory of the main distribution.</p>
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71  <p align="right"><i>Jon Wakelin, Alberto Garcia, April 2004</i></p>
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